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2022 Navy Slide Template

In the spring of 2018 I was frustrated. I had just taken command of a Mine Clearance Squadron and was frustrated that the Navy did not have a ready to use Power Point Slide template. I needed combatant commander logos, country flags, ship outlines, and all the arts-and-crafts graphics so that my junior officers could spend less time putting together power points templates and more time leading.

So, I created the template.

After creating this Navy Slide Template I knew there would be may other Junior Officers out there looking for this exact product. So we were able to put it online as a Navy wide resource.

Navy Slide Template Master

This clipart slidemaster is put together by a joint team of Military professionals if you appreciate the work please contribute to it’s development, and we would love to bring you on the team. The latest version of this slide clipart can be found by Googling “Navy Slide Master” or googling “Navy Slide Template”

If you would like to add your clipart and contribute to making this an even better Slide Master  please contact John at https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnlaney/

Thanks for checking us out. The genesis of DODReads started in 2016 when I got nearly failed my Commanding Officer Selection Board. After spending 16 years as an operator I had completely “missed the boat” when it came to learning, reading and life-long learning. As a result I complied my best books, reading lists, tools and resources to help other military professionals in their journey.

If you think this is a worthwhile endeavor there are two ways to support. The first is with your time; you can join our team and help develop high quality professional content. The second is with your money. This volunteer based project costs Approx $2000 per month to run, with our income derived from selling books on the Military’s reading list. If your command bookshelf is looking a bit old we would be honored if you consider buying from us first.

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